Juan Forn

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Juan Forn (born 1959 in Buenos Aires, Argentina) is a writer, translator and editor.[1] He has written four novels (Corazones cautivos más arriba, 1987, Frivolidad, 1995, Puras mentiras, and "María Domecq", 2007), a compilation of short stories (Nadar de noche, 1989) and essays (La tierra elegida, 2005, and "Ningún hombre es una isla", 2010).[1][2]

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